|Born||29 August 1989|
Clapham, London, England
|Alma mater||University of Bristol|
Charlotte Anne Ritchie (born 29 August 1989) is an English actress and singer. She is best known for her roles as Alison in Ghosts, Oregon in Channel 4 comedy Fresh Meat, Hannah in Siblings, Alison in Dead Pixels, Barbara Gilbert in BBC drama Call the Midwife, and George in Feel Good. She was a member of the classical crossover group All Angels.
Charlotte Anne Ritchie was born in Clapham, London on 29 August 1989. She was educated at James Allen's Girls' School in Dulwich, and joined Youth Music Theatre UK and its production of Red Hunter in 2005. She gained a degree in English and drama at the University of Bristol while filming Fresh Meat.
In 2004, Ritchie played a lead role in a short film entitled The Open Doors with Michael Sheen. She appeared as an uncredited extra in the 2005 film, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. She also featured in The Pierglass at the Young Pleasance Theatre in August 2006 at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Since 2019, she has played Alison in Ghosts, a BBC sitcom about a young couple who inherits a haunted estate, and has also played Alison in Dead Pixels. She additionally played George in the Channel 4 series Feel Good, co-starring with Mae Martin. The series released on Netflix in 2020.
|2004||The Open Doors||Vera|
|2005||Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire||Student||Uncredited extra|
|2013||Benny & Jolene||Jolene|
|2014||The Portrait||Eva Burrell||Short film|
|2016||Time Traveller's Support Group||Lina||Short film|
|2018||Careful How You Go||Short film|
|2018||Man of the Hour||Gemma||Short film|
|2019||Capital||Charlotte Quince-Wheatley||Short film|
|2009||Life of Riley||Emily Owen|
|2011–2016||Fresh Meat||Melissa "Oregon" Shawcross||Main role; 30 episodes|
|2012||Doctors||Becky Foley||2 episodes|
|2014||This Thing Called Love||Alice Barber|
|2015–2018||Call the Midwife||Nurse Barbara Gilbert||Main role: series 4–7|
|2016||Drunk History UK||Self (drunk storyteller)||1 episode S2 E5|
|2016||Raised by Wolves||Ruby||3 episodes|
|Eddie Izzard: Marathon Man for Sport Relief||Narrator|
|2019||Doctor Who||Lin||1 episode: "Resolution"|
|Death in Paradise||Iris Shephard||1 episode|
|Stath Lets Flats||Harriet||1 episode|
|2019–present||Ghosts||Alison Cooper||Main role; 19 episodes|
|Dead Pixels||Alison||Main role; 12 episodes|
|2020||McDonald & Dodds||Sgt Irene Ross||1 episode|
|The Other One||Kitty||1 episode|
|2020–2021||Feel Good||George||Main role; 12 episodes|
|2022||Grantchester||Bonnie Evans (Cathy's niece)||Series 7|
|2022||You||Kate||Main Role; Season 4|
|2014–2016||Dreamfall Chapters||Zoë Castillo (voice)||Main role|
|2021||Bravely Default II||Gloria (voice)|
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- "Call the Midwife: Nurse Barbara actress Charlotte Ritchie discusses her heartbreaking storyline". Radio Times. Retrieved 1 January 2019.
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- "Call the Midwife star Charlotte Ritchie joins BBC1 comedy Ghosts". Radio Times. Retrieved 1 April 2019.
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- Andreeva, Nellie (25 March 2022). "Charlotte Ritchie To Star In Season 4 Of Netflix's 'You'". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved 25 March 2022.
- Knolle, Sharon (25 March 2022). "Charlotte Ritchie Joins Season 4 of Netflix's 'You'". TheWrap. Retrieved 25 March 2022.